FORT BEND COUNTY (KTRK) —
Fort Bend ISD shall be holding a gathering Monday, Jan. 14, over an attendance boundary proposal that might drive students to maneuver to a different faculty.
In line with a release from FBISD’s Superintendent, “employees will present suggestions to our Board of Trustees for each Malala Yousafzai Elementary and high faculties in the southeast portion of the district.”
The district is contemplating 4 plans to ease overcrowding at sure faculties in the southeast portion of the district.
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In addition to the meeting, the Board of Trustees might be requested to take action on the boundary recommendations throughout its enterprise meeting on Jan. 22.
The superintendent’s workplace stated that they had initially deliberate on presenting the elementary faculty suggestion in Jan., and the high school suggestion in Feb., but decided to move up the highschool recommendations based mostly on the feedback.
- First, clear themes and wishes of the group turned apparent very quickly as employees rigorously reviewed this suggestions.
- This suggestions clearly confirmed that the group’s want was to make minimal modifications within the brief term, prior the planned development of a brand new high school within the southeast aspect of the District that was included in the 2018 Bond Program.
- We also recognize that the challenges related to the boundary planning course of have induced a substantial amount of nervousness, and since the group’s wishes have been so clear, we have been capable of formulate a suggestion quicker than originally anticipated.
“During Monday’s meeting, we will even present our suggestions relating to progressive educational packages at Marshall, Hightower and Willowridge High Faculties, and can ask the Board to approve these packages on January 22 as nicely,” the superintendent’s workplace stated.
Learn the complete letter to oldsters right here.
To study extra concerning the proposals, and to provide feedback, click right here.
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